This open-source extension is designed to help RDFox users work with their data, queries and rules more efficiently. The extension adds colour to keywords, operators, IRIs and literals in a number of RDF formats (Turtle, TriG, N-Triples and N-Quads), as well as Datalog rules, SPARQL scripts, and RDFox shell scripts.
With RDFox v5.6 comes a flurry of improvements: enhancing the Web Console to increase your efficiency when handling data; introducing a powerful, versatile way to interact with the RDFox Shell remotely; and an all-new tool to visualise semantic reasoning — the latest essential for data comprehension. Each, in its own way, will change the way you use RDFox from this day on.
OST have been issued another patent for groundbreaking graph querying techniques, this time centered upon complex query evaluation using sideways information passing.
Dow Jones has incorporated a powerful new semantic technology into its product line—RDFox, from Oxford Semantic Technologies.
The RDFox Web Console is no longer experimental, now with full SPARQL 1.1 support, Named Graph support, and the all-new CONSTRUCT Explorer!
Professor Ian Horrocks, OST co-founder and the recipient of the BCS Lovelace Medal 2020 in recognition of his significant contribution towards reasoning systems.
The latest version of RDFox is now live, bringing you another round of new features.
RDFox and DataLens partner to deliver unmatched services on AWS
Oxford Semantic Technologies Limited, the developers of RDFox, a high-performance knowledge graph and semantic reasoning engine, are excited to announce the successful grant of a United States patent for their advanced semantic reasoning technology.
Part 3: Professor Bernardo Cuenca Grau
Although May 2020 will be widely remembered for the Coronavirus pandemic and resultant lockdown, it also marks the launch of RDFox Version 3.
Samsung’s investment will enable Oxford Semantics to bring its powerful data integration and reasoning engine to more clients. Samsung Ventures has led an investment round that raised over £3 million for Oxford Semantic Technologies Limited, an Oxford University spinout company founded by pioneers in the fast-growing field of semantic technology.